How to use this e-Learning environment
Scenarios for using the e-Learning materials
There are different opportunities to learn (and teach) using this e-Learning environment.
The e-learning and information modules are mostly developed for a blended learning concept - a mix of face-to-face lessons and additional e-learning phases to prepare or repeat special topics; where required, they are complemented with communication or collaboration tools.
It is also possible to study the contents in a self-directed learning process (without classroom learning).
You can select the e-learning modules at the dark blue navigation bar (see figure).
The e-Learning environment 'Proposal Writing' offers some service functionalities which you can access by clicking on the buttons at the service navigation (see figure). For example, you can find
- definitions of specific terms in the Glossary of this e-Learning environment;
- references and recommended literature under Literature or
- partners, training courses or funding organization by using the Search database provided.
At the bottom of each web page you can find the complete path of the actual web page. You can get orientation by this micro navigation. If you click on the path sequences you can navigate to the main chapters.
The contents are explained by text, photos, figures, animations, audiofiles and videos depending on the focus of each group.
You have two options to study the topics:
- Follow the contents of the selected e-learning module in the suggested sequence by using the arrows at the top of each page. That way you will get a guided tour through the selected module.
- Choose your own learning path by using the pull-down menu. This way is more explorative and recommendable if you are looking for a special topic or sub-topic.